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International Banking Adviser, Support to Private Sector Development

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark / Danida
Location: Ghana
Last Date: May 31, 2011

Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark
Danida seeks Senior Adviser


International Banking Adviser, Support to Private Sector Development, Phase II

As an International Banking Adviser you will advise both management and staff in the ARB Apex Bank with implementing the Rural Finance component of the Private Sector Development Programme. With reference to the Bank’s vice-director you will assist in incorporating best practices for international banking as well as further developing skills and capacity of management and staff.

Reference no.: DK-45914-2011/GHA.01-W
Application deadline: 31 May 2011 at 9.00 am (CEST).

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All applications will be forwarded by email to the relevant embassy.


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